ACT Programs

Little Learners

(Young children ages 12 months to 3 years)

Treatment focuses on behavior management, improving attentional regulation, and developing foundational skills across developmental domains, and in particular:

Communication
Play
Social and Emotional
Self-Care
Cognitive and Pre-Academic
School Readiness
Fine and Gross Motor

Ready Learners

(Children ages 4 years through 12 years)

Treatment focuses on using comprehensive and individualized programs to build on foundational skills across domains and establish:

Independence in home, school and community settings
Skills necessary to initiate and maintain meaningful social relationships

Life Learners

(Ages 13 years through 22+ years)

Treatment focuses on further developing skills to support:

Independence and success at home, school and in the community
Each person’s individual future goals, from independent living to having a job and attending college
Complex social communication
Job Success
Self-Care
Self-Management
Executive Functioning (planning, organizing, and managing)

What They Say

“Dr. Aimee Anderson provided an excellent service to several children in my classroom. I felt I could better serve my students by communicating with Dr. Anderson on a routine basis. She empowered me as a teacher to feel more informed and confident when dealing with autistic children.”

Mrs. Raja Padhi
Teacher